“Dance for Kindness” – November 9 in Red Bank
photos credited to: Sherilyn Przelomski
Red Bank, NJ - On November 9 at 1pm in Red Bank at Broad Street and White Street, join others to watch the “Dance for Kindness”; a flash mob dance performed by local residents celebrating World Kindness Day. Numerous groups from across the globe from over 80 cities and 30 countries will join together performing the same song, the same dance, all on the same day. Life Vest Inside – Kindness Boomerang “One Day” is coming back to Red Bank where the video originated from a few years ago.
PHOTO: Melissa Marion-Fagliarone – Owner of American Academy of Dance in Red Bank leads dancers
Reminding us of how a simple act of kindness can change the life of another, the non-profit Life Vest Inside's founder, Orly Wahba, an Eatontown resident, posted her YouTube Video called Life Vest Inside – Kindness Boomerang “One Day” three years ago. With over 30 million views today, the act of kindness is passed from one individual to the next and manages to boomerang back to the person who set it in motion.
Orly states, “The purpose of this dance is to remind people about World Kindness Day and to look beyond ourselves, our boundaries of our country, our culture, our race and our religion, and realize we are citizens of the world and that KINDNESS is the common thread that unites us all.”
PHOTO: Leader, Terese Rolke
To view last year’s “Dance for Kindness”, go to YouTube 2013 Worldwide Dance for Kindness “One Day, One Dance, One Heart!”